tv Way Too Early With Willie Geist MSNBC December 29, 2009 5:30am-6:00am EST
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look at the top grossing movies of 2009. "transformers." we asked you why you were awake. our producer's got some answers. >> hey, willie. this is a text that says i'm interested in hearing more about the ball-drop forecast. >> bill karins is right here. he tells me we're expecting a wintry mix, right, bill, on new year's eve. >> that's great. >> here's my forecast. sit on your couch, watch it on tv. why are you going to pack in there with a million people, they won't let you out, you can't bring a backpack in. watch it at home. what else? >> aim a raging insomniac and
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states speaking for the first time yesterday, taking a break from his hawaiian vacation to address the failed terror plot over detroit. good morning, i'm willie geist with the great savannah guthrie. the white house correspondent who, again, should be in hawaii but instead is here with me. >> i know, it's painful. i'm glad you keep reminding me of it. >> we're going to keep showing chuck in hawaii just to remind you where you should be. >> he's at some crazy karaoke bar right now. and i'm with you. >> joe and mika are on vacation this week, well deserved time off so you're stuck with me and savannah. >> that's the second reference just in a matter of moments. my plight. >> we do have help, jonathan capehart of "the washington post." >> morning. >> and mr. richard engel, good to see you. >> it's a pleasure to be here. how are you? >> we're doing well. we've got a lot to talk about. richard, the focus has gone squarely on yemen. a middle eastern nation with which you're very familiar. >> yeah. >> tell us what